Trace the history of modern Jerusalem beginning from the Montefiore windmill in Yemin Moshe and continuing along Jaffa St. the focal point for the 19th century expansion. Stroll along the narrow, winding lanes and hidden courtyards of Nachlaot ,a cluster of neighborhoods represented by mosaic of cultures and nationalities, old and new. Tasting foods of all colors, sizes and shapes in the Machane Yehuda market. Travel along the “seamline” that divided Jerusalem for 19 years until we reach Ammunition Hill, the site of fierce fighting to reunite the city. From an observation points in one of the “security belt” of civilian neighborhoods, understand the geopolitical realities of modern Jerusalem.